BRB UK 31: Kojima’s Cock Pit

Videogames! There’s lots of ’em starting to emerge bleary-eyed from the arid desert that is the summer release schedule – and that gives Dan, Jon and Tim plenty to babble on about.

This week, the chaps wax lyrical about:

  • Tim wussed out of a bungie jump
  • Loading Café/Bar wants to come to London – and needs your help on Indiegogo!
  • What we’re looking forward to at Eurogamer Expo (NB – this show was recorded before EGXP!)
  • Borderlands 2 (360/PS3/PC)
  • LittleBigPlanet (PS Vita)
  • The Great British Debate: Have we been too harsh on the Wii U?
  • COMPETITION: Win Borderlands 2 swag!

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  1. Pretty wicked awesome show guys – Jon, where did you see that LBP/Vita deal? I’m in Scotland and in the market fir yin.

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